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Biden pitches big boosts in education and health spending in budget...

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration released a key portion of its budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year Friday, calling for increasing money for...

‘The People’s Budget.’ Advocates call for tax code, education changes in...

Elected officials and local advocates are calling for state budget changes that emphasize issues spotlighted during the pandemic, including economic inequality and education system...

DeWine channels vaccines to colleges, workplaces to speed up rollout

Ohio will surge doses into college campuses and private workplaces as an effort to speed up the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Gov. Mike DeWine announced...

Pandemic disparities mirrored pre-existing conditions for low-income families, minorities, report shows

An annual report analyzing how children faired in the nation in the last year showed harrowing effects from COVID-19, but mainly found the same...

Columbus schools’ fight for taxes on affordable housing spurs state legislation

Both chambers of the Ohio General Assembly unanimously passed legislation that would exempt providers of affordable housing for people with substance abuse or mental...

Shawnee professor can sue university over gender identity policy, appellate court...

A Shawnee State philosophy professor is allowed to continue his lawsuit against the university over disciplinary action the university took after he refused to...

Federal and state hazing bills hope to change law, culture around...

As state legislators try to change Ohio laws regarding the crime of hazing, one U.S. Senator from Ohio is helping reintroduce nationwide legislation changes...

Federal funds released for school reopening. Ohio gets $3 billion

The U.S. Department of Education announced they would be releasing federal funds directed at school reopening. Of the $81 billion being released to states as...

Bill would make ACT voluntary, put costs on school districts

A bill presented Wednesday removes the state mandate that all Ohio high school juniors take the ACT, making it a voluntary test, and also...

Schools become centers of learning for COVID-19 best practices

Two Ohio school districts with some of the highest cumulative case rates for COVID-19 say as they remained in-person, their safety protocols only got...
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